The VII Academy sponsors a series of lectures and book club meetings led by VII Photo Agency photographers. They are designed as educational tools where photographers explore the field craft and technique of storytelling practice in various forms, such as personal projects, working on assignment for the media or NGO’s, and political coverage. The current series of online events are held live and can be attended for free–please click here to register for all of VII’s free content.
A glaciology in pictures, “When the Fires Burn: A Glacier Odyssey”, published in 2017, is the artist’s journey along humanity’s...
Ed Kashi maps out different scenarios that he’s experienced to stimulate ideas, visions, and questions.
This symposium brought together a range of women who are challenging the stereotypes of the visual representation of climate change.
Ashley Gilbertson and Ziyah Gafic guide you through Gilbertson’s searing account of the Iraq conflict, “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”.
Guest expert Dr. Jenell Stewart, Infectious Diseases fellow at the University of Washington, joins photographer Nichole Sobecki on this discussion.
Christopher Morris discusses how political photography transformed his vision with examples from projects such as “My America” and “Americans”.
Ilvy guides us through the 12-year journey that became her Born Free–Mandela’s Generation of Hope, about SA’s post-apartheid generation.